Briton’s noses play a big part in relationships, with a study revealing 97% of people believe scent is important for sex appeal*. If you want to give your partner the perfect gift, but can’t think outside the chocolate box or sexy socks, then why not spoil them with a carefully selected scent with the new ‘My Fragrance App’ from The Fragrance Shop.
A first for the fragrance industry, the FREE app registers a selection of yours & your loved ones favourite scents and fragrance traits to create a unique scent profile.
Developed by the experts at The Fragrance Shop, this innovative app then uses this unique scent profile and a series of complex algorithms to help you to find the perfect fragrance for the woman or man in your life. With 85 percent of Brits confirming that receiving fragrance as a gift is special, this really is the secret weapon to success on 14 February.
Make it even easier this year too by using the app to find your nearest store and check stock, or order online for ultimate convenience. You’ll then receive special offers based on your shopping history and fragrance likes.
Best of all, it’s available for FREE now for both iPhone and Android users to download. You can find out more at www.thefragranceshop.co.uk/app.
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